[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Labour Camp Death Records

Michael & Maureen McHenry maurmike at bellatlantic.net
Thu Jul 1 08:50:26 PDT 2004

Is there a written history of the 1915 deportations? I have read a few
WWI histories and do not recall reading anything about it.


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Janice Schulz said:

>Also, the new book by Don Miller "Under
> Arrest" that will be released soon may shed additional light on
various cases
> will give us a better idea of what our ancestors experienced.

This is very true regarding "what our ancestors experienced" in the
1930s, but I
did not mean to imply that Don talks about the Deportation of 1915.  He
So don't buy it on that account.  But buy it on its own account!

Dick Benert

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